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HAVING removed to li new estab
lishment, nearly opposite the Court
lliu respectfully informs hi fri'-uds and
the p.iblic generally, that he h nww open
ing a han-inome assortment of
Stall anb Wntcr
Of a beautiful and superior quality? which
have been selected with much personal
are in the northern cili8, an l will be
tiia'le up to order at short notice and in
Cie mo-t fashionable style such as:
.Superfine blue and black. Cloths.
, Invisible green and brown do.
,, Clarence brown and mulberry do.
Olive and mixt do.
Polaski ribbed Cassimere,
Plain black and mixt do. do.
t, Lavender, Zebra, Piaid Grecian do.
,, Striped ad corded do. uf various
Plain black and figured Velvet,
I'-rocade Velvets, n superior article,
Plain black am! figured silk V tiri,
"mwu and drub Pters!iaui.
ill.-ukaml brown goat hair Camblels,
Also, a beautiful assortment of Stocks, some
liosom, Collars, Gloves, Suspenders. &.c.
lie? trusts by due attention to business,
and his long exp'-iienee therein, t give
vine satisfaction to those who may f.ivnr
t im with their orders. He will keep ton
ttttiitlyon hand an assortment of seasonable
Heady made ClnUiing,
Of the best quality, manufactured by him-t-elf
ALSO, thre or lour Join ney men Tailors
uf the first class, wanted.
Tarboro', Nov. 10th. 1836.
. In Indian remedy for toothache
"fcTTlC when applied according f J
W v d recliens, has never failed to aiWd
tmni.'oi'ite and permanent relief, just re-
trived and lor stile by
J. W. COTTEN.
Hth Nov. 1835.
Jflrs.Jl. C. Howard,
MS just received a Fresh Sitpplu of
G.. ds, and is now enabled to fur
bish U?r customers and the public wi'h al
most every article for ornament, service,
or comfort in the
In her assortment will b- found :
A variety of Paltern Bonnets,
Tuscan and straw do. of nearly every
shape and feature.
Plain, figured, and watered Silks and Sat
ins for dresses,
Fancy Gauze, for do.
Veils, Shawls. Scarfs, and Handkerchiefs,
of different qualities and prices.
Head ornaments, hair Nets, Puffs, Curls,
A large quantity of Ribbons, artificial
t Flowers, &,c. Sic.
HTMrs. H. hag patterns of the latest
fa-hions. She invites an inspection of her
Goods. Mavlua making done as usual.
Tarboro'. April 23.
Look at This.
Mr. William Claiborne,
ABOUT the year 1816 or 1317,'remov
i d from the county of Amelia, in the
State of Virginia, and settled in some part
of North Carolina; since which time, his
friends have not beard from him or been
able to ascertain the place of his residence.
Bequeathed to him by his wife Father,
Will became pajable the 1st of January,
JS37, and the undersigned Executor of the
- Estate is anxious tlat he honM come for
ward and receive it; and thal j, ; ,h(,
meantime, do advise the undersigned of
the place oT his residence. If !lr. Clai
borne i dead, or has removed Irom '-aro-lina,
his surviving reunion or any ,Y . r
person who can eiv. any information con
cerning him, or his descendants, Con.
fer a favor on the undersigned, .v commu
nicating such information by letter direct
cd to him at Kanawha Courthouse, Va.
Tlws. Matthew :av.
1st June, 1836.
Printing; Press for Sale
APFPF.R ROYAL.Prir.tinff Press, on
the old mode of c.-ustruction, can bf
procured on reasonable terms.
Apply at this Office,
Tarborcugh, July 2-1.
William V. Gray's
FOR ULCERS, TUMOURS, &C.
Can now be obtained of tht Patentee, al the
Office of the Iiuleigh ftrgi.it er,
Sih-Pot, 1 dollar Due dozen, 9 dollars.
WILLIAM IV. GliAY.
Raleigh, Oclober 4. 183.3.
Ra.'eigh. September 1. 1836.
For five or six years previous to the
spring of 1834, a ner man of mine had
been much aifll cted with an ulcerated arm !
and hand, which rendered him almost ue
less. The nicer embraced that r.art of bis
arm from the elbow down, including his
entire hand, which was literally a mass of
putrefaction. A joint of one fj"ner, and a
part of the thumb, perished and dropt off.
A more distressing and hopeless case 1
have never beheld. It was abandoned by
his physician as incurable, except by am
putation of the band.
The best medical treatment bavin fail.
ed to relieve the man, I placed him under
the care of Mr. William W. firav. in this
place, who, with his Ointment, has effectu
ally cored t.-.e case, although the negro
was frequently absent, for weeks and
mouths together. He has been entirely
well for the last eight months, and 1 have
good reason to believe will continue so.
WILL MM BOY LAN.
B randy, wanted.
HF. Subscribers wish to purchase 50
JB- barrels Bit ANDY, for which the
highest cash price wiil t.e given.
Treasury Order. This wise
and salutary measure, requiring
P specie payments for public lands,
is to be continued by Mr. Van Bu
' ren. It is daily becoming more
evident, that llie repeal of the Or
der would only have a tendency
to remove the present pecuniary
embarrassments from the commer
cial and stock-jobbing communi
ty to the banks, and thus by ena
bling the former to relieve them
selves by a heavy exportation of
specie, inevitably compel the lat
ter to suspend specie payments,
and thus throw the whole country
into confusion. We copy from
the Petersburg Constellation the
following remarks on this high
ly interesting subject: The New
York 'indav Morning News, of
the 2d inst. contains the following
important Postscript item from
Washington. We have no doubt
of its accuracy. Nothing could
be more ruinous at this moment to
the best interests of the country,
than the repeal of the Treasury
Order. Mr. Van Buren deserves,
ll a thousand fold, the thanks of the
y American people for his inflexible
determination to carry out one of
the wisest, as it is destined in its
J eventual results, to be, one of the
most beneficial measures of his il
lustrious predecessor's adminis
tration. The Federal Whigs will
jabuse timid friends censure, and
enweak ones probably desert him,
ffor this act; bur the bone and sin
ew of the land, the great body of
the people, those whose votes pla
ced Mr. Van Buren in. the Presi
dential Chair, will applaud the
firmness with which he devotes
himself to his country's welfare,
J disregarded alike of the vehement
it clamor of powerful enemies, and
": Li, .
tt i,,c itiiiuiisuances auu aisappro-
bation of, no doubt, very zealous
and very honest, but very weak-
headed and narrow-sighted politi-
nl cal Inenus.
J, Postscript Important from
Washington Treasury Order.
r-'By the express mail of yesterday,
pf we received a letter from a gentle
geman of this city, now in Washing
ton, informing us that Air. Van
qJ Buren has at length determined
to revoke or relax the Treasu
l ry Order of the 11th July. The
Cabinet held several meetings on
the subject, during the last week
A,Qt which each member gave his
opinions in full, on the policy of
revoking the Order. Mr. Van
. Buren, aiter hearing the views of
, all, decided to continue the order
n full force, upon the reasons sug
Igested by Mr. Butler, the Attor-i
ney General. Mr. Butler repre-
.1 . . U akI Ar mac m nit
senteci tnai, 11 me umu
repealed, the western and souoi
ivct,m hanks would not be ablv
jto keep their specie, and, while
' they parted with that, they would,
at "the same time, increase their
issues, and other facilities, to a
;. vast ' extent. The sDecie would
flow to New York in payment of
( debts due to the merchants and
jobbers of that city, for last year's
importations, and would be im
c mediately shipped to England, to
nav the fortv or fiftv millions
1 which we owe her, on account of
H those importations. In a few
months, our stock of specie, which
gnow exceeds seventy millions,
j would thus be reduced to less than
r, thirty millions, while at the same
time, the bank issues of paper
I would be greatly increased. The
t' consequence, he argued, would be
J a general crash of all the banks,
s and the total loss to the govern
- ment of its revenues which have
"accumulated in the deposit banks,
u He represented that the deposit
''banks will not, even under the
most favorable circumstances, be
able to pay the next quarter's in
stalment of the surplus ordered to
be distributed among the States,
; without greatly distressing their
debtors; and that, if the small spe
cie basis, which now barely sus-
i tains their circulation and engage-
i u i. l .ir :...
infills, suuuiu ue mucn uiiiiiuimi
ed, it would be idle to expect them
to pay one dollar of what they
owe to the government.
He also urged that, by the revo
cation ot the order, the specula
tions in public lands would be
vastly increased, and the whole
national domain, so far as it is
now subject to entry, would be
immediately bought up by specu
lators, with deposit bank notes,
not worth a farthing. The peo
ple, he further argued, who had
long been passive under all the
fluctuations of the currency were
becoming uneasy, and upon the
first explosion of a government
deposit bank, would demand the
re-establishment of a national
bank. The utmost prudence and
precaution would be necessary to
avoid that result.
Letters were also produced
from our minister at London,
from our consul at Liverpool, and
oihers, suggesting that every prac
ticable method should be resorted
to by the government, to retain
the specie now in the country.
They state that England is on the
brink of a great financial and po
litical convulsion, and that the
Bank of England will be obliged
to suspend specie payments, un
less .the efforts then making (or
procuring a supply from the Uni
ted States, should succeed; and
that the question, in fact, was,
whether the banks on this side of
the water, or on that, should first
blow up. The political distur
bances of England, says Mr. Ste
venson, are greatly promoted by
her financial embarrassments; and
if the latter continue, the former
must soon come to a crisis. If the
money power is crippled and em
barrassed, the democracy of the
country will triumph, and Ireland
will be emancipated. To send
our specie to England, at this cri
sis, would, therefore, destroy our
selves and aid the British lories in
their present bank struggle with
Air. Woodbury did not coincide
in all the above views.
This is the substance of the in
formation communicated to us
from a most unquestionable source,
and for the substantial correctness
of the whole things we freely
pledge ourselves to our readers.
Increase of Banks. Mr. Sec
retary Woodbury, in his Treasury
Report states that in 1830, the
number of banks in the United
States was 330and that on the
1st of January 1837, the number
of banks was 813 making an in
crease of 493 banks. In 1830,
the banking capital in the United
States was $145,192,208; in
1837, the banking capital is
$378,421,168, making an in
crease of banking capital to the
amount of $233,228,900.
The Surplus. By the notice
from the Treasury Department of
the receipts and expenditures in
January and February, which we
published on Mosii lay, it will be
seen that the surplus increased in
those two months only about one
million of dollars. Should it
continue to increase at that rati
through the year, though in truth
it will probably diminish, the
whole accumulation in 1837,
would be only six millions.
Yet the wise financiers of the
New York Express have magni
fied it to sixty millions, and the
Raleigh Star to forty millions
Globe, April 5.
flThe accounts winch we pub
lish to day of the state of the mo
ney market at the North are still
of a gloomy cast. Auother ex
plosion has occurred in New
York: the great house of St. John
has stopped paymeuf, carrying
with it a dozen others. Nearly
ninety houses in the city of New
York, have followed "tJie Jo
sephs," their liabilities amounting
to some sixty millions of dollars!
We need not expect to hear of the
end of these troubles for wo
months to comet Norfolk Her.
G?-Mr. H. Haines, Editor of
the Petersburg Constellation, has
determined to commence the pub
lication of the Constellation week
ly on the Cth of May, in addition
to his present tri-weeklv paper.
The weekly Constellation, with
the exception of new advenise-
. mi u rn i i i
ments, will be filled entirely with
rpnrllllfT miller. onI -- I-, c-.it.
b i 8U";
scribers who remit the money in
advance, or give a responsible
town or country reference, at the
low price of $2 50 per annum.
The Constellation is printed on a
mammoth sheet, and its Editor is
one of the most talented, spirited,
and fearless advocates of Democ
racy in the country. He has oyr
best wishes for his success, per
sonally and politically. We will
with pleasure forward the names
of such of our political friends, as
may feel disposed to patronise the
C7The Committee appointed
to receive contributions for the re
lief of the sufferers by the late fire.
take particular pleasure in ac-
knowiedgmg the receipt of Five
Hundred Dollars from the citi
zens of Tarborouch. h is hicrhl v
creditable to their liberality, and
is to us particularly gratifying, ns
an evidence of good feeling to
ward our citizens.
GyGen. Jackson has reached
the Hermitage in safety and with
much improved health... Pet. Con.
From the Army. An official
communication has been received
trom Gen. Jesup, dated Fort
Dade, March 18th, in which he
states that the principal chief of
the Seminoles, Micanoov. has
been with them since the evening
ui uie iom, ana lias approved the
convention entered into b the
second, third and fourth chiefs off
the nation, of the Cth of March.
xJicanopy requested that Capt. sand- a,,d corned for five dollars
Page may be allowed to acenm. And frrsh
pany his people to the West. The
several Alicasauky Indians had
"IC ,,uo caf"P o tne i8th, antl
iuiranopy nas heard from tlir
chief of that band Al.i-n.ra
Jones, also from Os-ce-ola. Those
chiefs are between Apoke and the
01. jonns, and .Micanopy and Al
ligator have no doubt of bringing
lucui in eany next month, perhaps
sooner. Gen. Jesup believes the
war to be at an end. Globe.
A few straggling Indians in the
Creek country, it seems, still keep
CTAt Wake Superior Pnnr
held last week, Dr. Richard Har
num was tried on an indictment
for the murder of his wife, Tabi
tha Barntim, by poison. The
high standing of the parties con
cerned, (savs ,ile Reg;sler,) thr
peculiar heinousness of the alle
ged charge, the eminent cotmse.
employed, the large number rf
resDectablt? witnesses in attend
mice many of them ladies a!
co.ispirea to give to the case sr.
conspired to ctve
Absorbing character. After tn?
examination of the witnesses
- r, ru inr.. uiiuei 'Signed re,,,. ,, ,
the State was concluded, the ('Otia- JI forms the p.nni-r ,,. -u 11
sel for the Stale abandoned this "' Nnh LWii: ,M ;rgtf,ty.
... , ... imblio generally, th.n ',J
prosecution, remarking that the
prosecution, remarking that the'
evidence was sotlicient to snow
that the deceased had not died by
i .i.. .. i.i u
poison, Hiiu iii.il ii uuuiu uc mi-
i i r j i
just to the defendant to press the!
matter lumier. Hie jury
course, forthwith returned a ver-
diet of of guilty.
Petersburg Market, April 1 0.
Cotton, 8 to 1 1 cents; little offered
for sale, and no demand. Int.
. 'V rt
Late from Eurove. Liverpool?!
papers to the 13th March, have
been received at Philadelphia.
The gloomy state of a flairs still
continued. Money, however, was
a trifle easier.
We regret to find a farther de
cline in the Cotton market.
The bill for the abolition of
church rates had been introduced
by Lord Melbourne, in the Brit
ish House of Lords.
Attempts at royal assassination
are becoming every day more fre
quent. Prince Ferdinand, the German
husband of the young Queen of
Portugal, came irear being assas
sinated near Lisbon, by a French
man named Merrier, late ensign
i ,u Iyil 1,1 l,,e -tueen s service,
I, .. m. . .u
i who threw a stone at the prince
of foot in the -Queen's service.
while the latter was mummer
from a steeple chace at Adjudo
Park. The queen's former hus-
band, Maximilian, was said to
,,ave beeri poisoned.
ouiian manmooa aoout the
(same time, while riding out from
his winter palace al Constantino
ple, was shot at by a Janissary
with an air gun, and escaped only
by the movement of his horse.
The Janissary, with nine others,
was bagged and consigned to the
(C?"Elder James Osbourn, of
Baltimore, will preach at Conetoe
M. H. on Tuesday, 1 1th of April;
on Wednesday, 12th, at Tarboro';
Thursday, 13th, ot Lawrence's M.
H.; Saturday and Sunday, 1 5th
and iGth, at Williams's; Monday,
17th, at Old Town Creek; Tues
day, 18th, at Autrey's Creek;
Wednesday, 19th, at White Oak;
Thursday, 20th, at Union; Satur
day and Sunday, 22d and 23d, at
Pleasant Hill. Com.
GEIderG. W. Carrowan will
preach May 1st at Log Chapel;
2d, at Cross Roads; 3d, at Tar
boro1; 4th, at Conetoe; 5th, at
Gum Swamp; Cth, at Great
Swamp; 7th. at Greenville Pih
fat Red Banks. Com.
Ill HE subscriber at the Sleimrt F;,L,,.
i II nn ha If . t:
ia,,ove Plymouth, will sell
' 7 " iMTer, seven miles
For fw dolhw and fiftv Z rrr thftll.
! For seven doff. ,
I shad 'gbt-ii other fishi proportion.
Jienneth U. Slatoti.
April !0tb. 1837.
State of JSorlh Carolina,
Court f Pleas and Quarter Scssims,
FEBRUARY TERM, 187.
n Original Attarhmtvt
Benjamin Hart, Letied .n Lands.
IT appearing to the satisfaction ot the
Conn, that Benjamin llan, te delei,.
dant m this case, is not an inhabitant nf
this State: It is therefore ordend, thai
publication be made in ihe Tarbwough
t ress for si( weeks succew-ely, that mi.
es lie said Benjamin Hart appear at ihe
next Court, to beheld on the fourth Mo-
y in may next, and replevies the prop,
f rty Ujvied on, and pleads lo issue, that
judgment by default will be rendered
Witness, Micliael Hearn, Clerk of ?sid
V ..' mi .,wce in i a. borough, the fourth
Monday of Frbruarv, 1837.
Price adv 2 75.
Constables' Blanks for salt
AT THIS OFFICE.
GASTOX. m A,.t ....
3rtii .:'7 1 ii
RAIL ROAD .
now' completeil. arwt ,
rnli.,llf ,, ,h ,lMl ""
OI (.iHtoi, the termination of ..i u '''
(he nurrmse of lraii:i.-r.
A Commission, receiving 0 ,
forward in t; busi,ml- '
An.l in ow prepare.! to gilP a '
nil cyiisi'Miiiionls. 't,b .m.....:. n!
coinuiriicnif l.us.nesi t Gasioii . "
Produce, ami rceiveruf G.M.u'f '"I
the CM'titry and town 9f
would find il convenient m a.Iva,,,,!"""
to huve a regular r.n-i-i...-:.-. .
. - -iriu atn,.,
tei ested agent to tieml to ifc.;, '
uteres, and espwiaHj Vt or( (
condition in which IVnaitiirn ard-P ""'
receive and deliver llvir car joe,
ton, from and to He l;il H0;ii! Cu,,
pud particularly in procuring bo'l? )
fcagons, for ihe immediate ilisv..
meichandize, fcc. tn in place of ,'ip,,'- '1
fwii. Under this h lief. he nfiVrg h.
vices to the public, promising fa ft,,"
lime and services to their 5psi in,e!. k'
and mulling tht:ni tliat lie will
the trust which may be reposcti m '"'
with cn're and fid -lily. " '
Tl-e undersigned, in offering liijur,;
lo Ihe public. Leg leave ! i.f(,n iv
lhat he has, tor the Ut lu or tliri."
devntrd his lime in an extensive -Ih"
keiae and cninmiion Ini iLt-sc ; 1
I town t)f Pi lersburg, anl flujers .;Tl'
lhat the knowledge there olitainc;) itt -branch
of business, will enable him to-'
satlp-fuciion to llioie who may hu,r
with their bnsinesk His chaivi iil"
very moderate: merely sufficient 'V'
for the lime tliee dutit-s w ill reqiiri",
SAML. W. PUGB.
Rales of charges on some of the nasi p-cK
Tobacco, merchandise, per iiiul n
Cotton, per bale, Oj i'.
Merchandise, jer peel;, jn t
Fluur. per barrel, n
MaviufactM tobacco, p-r hoi Jc Uf" 0 1,
Sal:, per sack, 5" jr
Petersburg. Chap. F. (n!otn. Vm-.
ileut Petersl.ur 1V,
Messrs. Kowlett, IIp.-r ii .Nnl.i", L. L
Stainback, Son fi Co. Paimiil t U
James M. iMcCulloch & Co. Dunn, Mi'i
wain k Crownley, Hurt, Fiitteu.u A
Wil's, Holderby ;Mcrietcis
Gaston W. V. Wilkins. Hiq.
Mecklenburg Dr. f,i?ual.T
Vlarksrille, Vu. .Messrs, A. W.Vei.a V.
ti Co. J. L. Thomas, Ksij.
Milton. A". C Uatkins Si Fai'ev,
George W. Johnson Si Co.
Dxnville, r.Goo. White, T. D-.Vj!
To the Liadics.
THE Subscriber is now opening "! Ki
Cheap Cash Store, the following
Which he respectfully solicits the Ladei
to call and examine, (to wit:)
Extra rich plain and figured Si!, Suiint
A great vaikty of painted Muslins ar.l
Cambiire.ol the mo.t beaniiiul jirtl'.fiu
both small an. I large,
Elegant printed Biihop Lav;.s, soinc
Small pattern Celts 1 match.
Beautiful suiall pattern Ciinlly.
A splendid asoritneiit of i.eede woikt
lace and muslin Capes and ColI.r.n
greatest bargains ami richest tionik e'
Dunstable, Beilin, Swiss and fancy st af
Bonnets, newest and niort facial'"'
Shanes, in ereK vnrii tv.
Cap borders wiih fl wers, a rrwnriiilf,
Artilicial Spnsg for caps and wrpmW
Bonnett, cap and belt Ribbons, to suite
Very handsome belt Buckles Llltmcrhtt.
KIceant asgoriment rf lann ir-k. rliaw '
i Fouchetis and euiLroidertd lace rem:--
Ladies and misses Corsett, rf the ni'
approved umke, in jreat variety,
A large assortment of Ladir and mif
Parasols, of every size, quality Liy
F.Jtra rich velvet and bend Bacs,
Lice it gauze Veils, of eeeiy descrii'nl''.
Hem stilch'd linu cambric 'Hamlkerch
Elastic head Bands. Chinelle cor.!,
Mohair Caps, Fans, hair Kinglet,
Light kid and fancy silk Glow.
Whde, black, nnd fancy colored p!i";;
embroidered siik and cotton I luff,1'
Muslin Cdgings and Inserting,
Thread and bt.bbinett Laces, Ling""'
Plain and fjrrt l?,,!.;.,:.
AWlltiOUC jt jy.
An elegant asKonmeni of .alies
es French, kid, satin, velvet. pu"'ii?:
SPfll and morocco Slippers iitnUli'"i
th newest ?iyle and vt-rv best q,li,ll!-'
most of which uese uiode expitsV
Slfhjfk pces tifw pivle Calicoes "
Vy mong whirh are a pr-I
ny elegant patterns, Iruin lOloSOct-"
GO pieces Ginghams, pood nnd cheap,
Plain, striped, and cl.eck'd Mnl ns'ir
drees, frMn 5 rent and upward,
Corded Skirts, rarion- pjalities.
The above with every other article i"
THE FANCY AND STAPLE
JDry Goods Line,
Can be hud in the gieatest variety at
Extraordinary low PrM
For Cah or 011 the tun il creo.
At the Clump Ciijsh Sjoro.
TaboTo ril 7, y,i7